Honk if you ❤️ Crystal Lake!

Found on Next Door Newton Highlands… Looking for horn and wind players to call across Crystal Lake to each other for a dance performance celebrating Global Water Dances and to celebrate the opening of Crystal Lake swim season on June 15th, 2019. Trumpets, tubas,...

Got pot holes?

The TAB interviewed Shane L. Mark, Newton’s Department of Public Works’ director of streets, to talk about pot holes. And here’s a video we’ve shared before on Village 14 that explains just how pot holes are formed....
Another source of local news threatened

Another source of local news threatened

In this era of dangerously diminished local news coverage, NewTV‘s streaming of municipal and school meetings, candidate forums and Jenn Adam’s long running weekly Newton News program have been the only constant, consistent, source of local reporting.

But that could all change pending a possible rule change before the FCC that could dramatically reduce the cable fees NewTV and cable access stations nationwide depend on for the majority of their budgets, the Globe reports.

Globe reporter Andy Rosen actually singles out NewTV as a station that has been

Addressing Newton’s after school transportation problem

Currently, Newton’s school transportation program does not accept alternate drop-off requests from families to out-of-school-time programs. With Sheprd gone, no transportation contractors in the city will accept individual requests for school transportation directly from families. Organizations are limited in the

Noel: MBTA will keep Bloomingdales/Towers bus stop

Newton City Councilor Brenda Noel sent this to her constituents today regarding proposed changes to the Number 60 bus. I’m pleased to report that, at a meeting Wednesday evening, a MBTA representative made a verbal agreement to keep the stop by Bloomingdales....

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